Exhibitor feedback from InPrint 2014 confirmed that the visitor quality exceeded expectations from all exhibitors whether they were showing industrial screen, 3D or inkjet printing technologies.
InPrint 2014 (8-10 April 2014 in Hannover) revealed that visitors to the exhibition attended from a broad range of industries including: ceramics, textile, packaging, aeronautical, automotive, electronics, engineering, sports-wear, pharmaceutical and printing.
InPrint 2014 attracted visitors from 61 countries and from outside of Europe including North and South America, Asia and Australasia. Germany represented the largest representation of visitors with 62%, other top 10 leading attendee countries included: The Netherlands, Poland, Italy, UK, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, France and the Czech Republic.
According to independent show research, findings revealed that 100% of respondents believe that the industrial print sector is growing with 26% expecting growth to be 10% (CAGR) or more. Ninety five percent of respondents rated InPrint as a key platform for the future development of industrial print whilst 53% of visitors came from the manufacturing industries with additional visitors attending from the world of Print, IT, Research and Development, Technical Consultancy and Publishing.
InPrint 2015 is designed to connect state of the art industrial print technology with industrial printing professionals. Taking place in Munich, 10-12 November 2015, alongside Productronica, InPrint will feature 150 exhibiting companies showing the latest specialty, screen, digital, inkjet and 3D Printing technologies for industrial print production.
InPrint 2015 will build upon the considerable success of the launch show with enhanced exhibitor profile, content and research programme.